Warriors sweep the Cavs for back to back titles

June 09, 2018 - 2:59 pm

Joe DiBiase reporting

For the second year in a row the Golden State Warriors are NBA champions. For the second straight year Kevin Durant was named Finals MVP. The Warriors completed the sweep against LeBron and the Cavaliers with a commanding 108-85 win in Game 4.

It was a poor effort from the Cavs. Failing to get to lose balls, run out to cover shooters, and letting backdoor passses through, Golden State hardly had to try. Steph Curry had a game high 37-points.

For LeBron James, he didn't attempt any outside shots in the second half. After the game, we learned of James' hand injury, which he says is broken. The injury came after LeBron punched a blackboard following the Game 1 overtime loss to Golden State. Despite the injury he averaged 35 points, 11 rebounds, and 8 assists in the Finals.

Now all eyes turn to LeBron's free agent decision. He can opt out of his current deal and go where ever he wants on July 1st.

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